This course covers all the material required for the HIgh Altitude Course as required by Transport Canada for pilots working in a Air Carrier.
High Altitude training is required for all flight crew members operating earoplanes above 13,000 feet ASL before the first assignment on a pressurized aeroplane and every three years thereafter:
Physiological phenomena in a low pressure environment, including:
iii) duration of consciousness at altitude without supplemental oxygen ; and
iv) gas expansion and gas bubble formation.
v) other factors associated with rapid loss of pressurization including:
vi) most likely causes;
viii) cabin temperature change;
ix) cabin fogging;
x) effects on objects located near the point of fuselage failure; and
xi) actions of crew members immediately following the event and the likely
Certificate of completion is included. One hour is required to complete the course.
Access to the course is good for 90 days for one user from any computer or device.